Will the DUP pull a political rabbit out of the hat?

Will the DUP pull a political rabbit out of the hat?
DUP leader Arlene Foster and party colleague Nigel Dodds. Pic: Getty

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said many times that deals are done only in the final hours, under pressure, when all the stops are pulled out

Jacob Rees-Mogg, the arch Brexiteer MP and member of the inner Tory group the European Research Group (ERG), announced this week that the DUP were the ‘guardians of the union’ - the sort of words that are music to that party’s staunch unionist fibre. It would have been the tagline for the party should it have chosen such a marketing tool.

Instead, those guardians have decided to vote against Prime Minister Theresa May, despite...

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